Most spouses or partners of doctors in the United States are happy with their relationships, according to a new study. Mayo Clinic researchers conducted a national survey of about 900 spouses or partners of doctors and found that 85 percent said they were satisfied in their relationship. And 80 percent said they would choose a physician spouse or partner again if they could make their choice over. These rates are similar to those of married adults in the United States overall, the researchers noted.
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